Meditation allows your mind to settle inward beyond thought, to experience the "Source" within. Pure awareness, also known as transcendental consciousness, is the most silent and peaceful level of consciousness that will connect you to your innermost Self. In this state of restful alertness, your brain functions with significantly greater coherence and your body gains deep rest.
The practice of meditation creates a sanctuary of peace, an awareness and stillness within the body. By bringing your focus to the breath, meditation helps to clear the mind of unnecessary stress, creating a balanced, vibrant and healthy connection between mind and body.
In this state, between thoughts, is a field of infinite possibilities, wisdom and pure
potentiality. One can experience a feeling of connectedness to all things and recognize infinite creativity, imagination and a deeper sense of gratitude.
Intention is very powerful when brought to this space, as it orchestrates its own fulfillment, which has been called the "Law of Attraction". It's important to be authentic and have an open heart, letting go of "The Ego" that edges God out. Let the focus always begin in a state of gratitude and surrender, to receive all that is yours!
It only takes thirty seconds to shift your heart's rhythm from stressed to relaxed. The way to do that: Take a few slow and deep belly breaths and engage your heart and your mind in positive thinking. Start by envisioning anything that triggers a positive feeling -- a vision of your child or spouse, the image of your pet, or a beautiful and relaxing vacation destination. Conjuring up the thought will help slow your breathing, relax tense muscles, lower blood pressure and put a smile on your face. A positive attitude with an emotional connection will calm and steady your heart rhythm, contributing to feelings of relaxation and peace.